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noun as in insult

verb as in thrust object into

verb as in enjoy, like

verb as in understand

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In another, she digs into the mythology and fetishization of mermaids.

This time we’re digging into Techstars’ latest three accelerator classes.

Any SEO will tell you that an automated auditing tool won’t tell you nearly as much as a person with expertise digging into your website.

In today’s essay, I dig into the big Tesla-Bitcoin news and tease out what it may mean for ESG investors, a true force on Wall Street.

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So we’ll want to look for ice we can dig out from under the surface at lower latitudes.

Isaacs recently returned from the New Mexico desert after shooting interior scenes for a new TV mini-series called Dig.

Over the next 36 years, he would dig a 2,087-foot tunnel that led absolutely nowhere.

For a few hours every day she would read big books at the library, watch reruns of the show, and dig through questions in the J!

This gave the Germans time to stabilize and dig in on the “hedgerow front” before St. Lô.

When I was young, I loved to dig and find and collect fossils.

And if he was worried about Farmer Green's cat, why didn't he dig a hole for himself at once, and get out of harm's way?

When a besieged city suspects a mine, do not the inhabitants dig underground, and meet their enemy at his work?

Half-fed men would dig for diamonds, and men sheltered by a crazy roof erect the marble walls of palaces.

There was only one reason why Billy Woodchuck didn't exactly care to dig a new home for himself in the pasture just then.

They do not have to plow or dig, or perform any other cultivation than that of clearing the land where they are to plant.


On this page you'll find 259 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dig, such as: gibe, crack, cut, innuendo, jeer, and quip.

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